Sarah Flack is the author of Organic Dairy Production and a nationally known consultant on grazing and organic livestock. She grew up on a Vermont family farm that used management-intensive grazing and mob stocking. She later studied Holistic Planned Grazing and pursued graduate studies on pasture management at the University of Vermont. She has written extensively about grass farming and is known for teaching workshops that take a practical approach to applying the science of grazing. Sarah has successfully helped many farmers create positive change in their pastures, soils, livestock, finances, and farm-family quality of life.
Location: UVM, Burlington, VT, 05401 | Authors: Sarah Flack
Sarah Flack will be at the NOFA VT Winter Conference, which will take place February 13-15 at the University of Vermont in Burlington, VT. Sarah will lead a workshop on the art and science of good pasture management.
Sarah will teach a couple of workshops at the annual grazing conference in Lancaster, PA on the 16th and 17th of February. Topics will include high forage pasture rations, zero grain dairy, maximizing pasture intake, and discussion of the key principals that all well managed grazing systems share. Participants will also look at the many creative ways that farms are using good grazing practices to care for their farm ecosystems, improve pasture quality and maintain productive healthy livestock.
Sarah Flack will present at the New Hampshire Grazing Conference on February 20th at the McLane Audubon Center. At this year's event, Sarah will lead a workshop on grazing basics, as well as another workshop on grazing infrastructure.
Location: Harraseeket Inn, 162 Main St., Freeport, ME, 04032 | Authors: Sarah Flack
Sarah Flack will lead a workshop on zero grain dairy farming at the annual meeting of the Northeast Pasture Consortium, which will take place March 16-17 in Freeport, Maine. This workshop will analyze the factors that have contributed to the success and failure of the many zero grain farms Sarah has visited.